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Coming soon: User experience update to Intune Company Portal app for iOS

Intune will soon be releasing a major user experience update to the iOS Company Portal app. You’ll soon see a home page with native iOS look and feel and some other new features. We’re also adding filtering capabilities on content listings and search. You’ll have the ability to filter by content type (apps or ebooks) and availability (device management required or available without enrollment).

 

Here are some Before and After screenshots for a preview of the new experience!

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Let us know what you think!

6 Comments
Frequent Visitor

Are the applications be based from what has been assigned to them through Intune portal and from Business Store or just from Intune portal app assignments?

Occasional Contributor

For those who are already in the TestFlight program for the iOS Company Portal, how soon will a pre-release version arrive for our evaluation?  

Microsoft

@Jesty Salvatierra The applications and e-books shown in the Company Portal app are what is assigned to the user in the Intune admin console.

Visitor

Excellent! So if the user will not be switched to safari for app listing etc.? All inbuilt to native iOS company portal app? 

Microsoft

This is an exciting change. Does the icons of Apps(eg. office Apps) also change to native iOS look in this update?

Currently built-in icons of Office Apps(see attachment) have different background which it does not looks as nice as icons in Apple store(or iTune store). default.jpg

Microsoft

@Xinkun Yang Yes, as shown in the "After" screenshots of the post, you can see that the Company Portal app experience is going to get the native iOS look and feel. So, the icon pattern will be more like what's in the App Store.

@Raj-A-gooner You are correct - after this update, Company Portal will provide an in-app native content browsing and install experience without opening Safari. However, when attempting to install apps available without enrollment on an unmanaged device, users will be redirected to the listing of the app in Safari to complete installation.